Blog

Drip Tape Irrigation

Drip Tape Irrigation

Watering your garden during the summer months can be a time consuming chore if you use a hose or a watering can. Run some drip tape irrigation and put it on a timer, though, and it’s literally no work at all! Our Beginning Farmer interns learned how to run irrigation...

read more
Farmland – The season to preserve.

Farmland – The season to preserve.

Whether it’s a Western Omelet, stuffed with Chorizo and Bell peppers covered in Pepper-Jack Cheese and Jalapeños; a Spinach salad topped with fresh raspberries and walnuts; a pepperoni pizza with thick fresh-baked crust, a bowl of garlic hummus and a side of pita...

read more
Curing Onions

Curing Onions

Remember planting onions way back in April? Well, ours did GREAT. We’ve been harvesting them for a month and we’re only halfway finished. The brilliant thing about onions is that you can harvest and use them fresh, like this lunker... Or you can “cure” them to store...

read more
Cabbage: From Farm to Folklore

Cabbage: From Farm to Folklore

Coleslaw, sauerkraut, soups, salads...there are so many ways to enjoy cabbage! Cabbage is one of the oldest vegetables in existence, giving the world plenty of time to develop flavorful recipes. Ancient texts and depictions tell us that cabbage was widely consumed...

read more
Broccoli: From Farm to Market

Broccoli: From Farm to Market

Broccoli: you either love it or hate it. If you love it, you’re in luck! Like many other vegetables, it is packed with nutrients such as fiber, vitamin C, and potassium. If you don’t love it, don’t go away just yet. As broccoli hits the market, we wanted to remind you...

read more